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Video of 4 senior men fighting over 1 ex-girlfriend at Yishun coffeeshop goes viral online

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A violent fight broke out between four senior men at the S-11 Food House at Block 744 Yishun Street 72 on Sunday (11 Mar) night. According to the Chinese daily, the brawl was over a woman who is believed to be the current girlfriend of one man and the ex-girlfriend of another.

A video of the brawl has been circulating online and shows the fight begin between a man with a ponytail and a man in red who launch into a profanity-filled argument before fighting with plastic chairs scattered in the coffeeshop.

As patrons of the coffeeshop try to intervene and break the men apart, a woman in red enters the fracas and uses a broom to beat the men, before she gets kicked herself. At this point, a man in white and a man in blue get into a scramble, as well:

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Posted by Allan Lim on Sunday, 11 March 2018

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The video of the incident, that was posted on a Facebook group by Allan Lim, has been shared over 15,000 times.

Reporters who visited the incident site found that at least two of the men were over the age of 70 and that the patrons who intervened were afraid that something serious might happen.

Police, who were alerted to the fray around 9.20pm on Sunday, are reportedly investigating the incident.Follow us on Social Media

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